Richard Rowley, director of the new film Dirty Wars, describes its making and the crimes it reveals. Over the course of fifteen years, Rowley, co-founder of Big Noise Films, has made multiple award-winning documentary features including Fourth World War and This Is What Democracy Looks Like. His
shorts and news reports are also regularly featured on and commissioned
by leading outlets including Al Jazeera, BBC, CBC, CNN International, Democracy Now!, and PBS. Rowley is a co-founder of the Independent Media Center.
Rowley has been a Pulitzer Fellow, Rockefeller Fellow, a Jerome
Foundation Fellow, and a Sundance Documentary Film Program Fellow. For
more on Dirty Wars see http://DirtyWars.org
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